FUAM Cut Off Mark 2020/2021. Federal University Makurdi, FUAM have released cut off marks as one of the admission requirements for the 2020/2021 admission exercise. Candidates who wish to apply for FUAM admission form should read this post.
FUAM will admit new students based on merit. It is important you check if you meet the exam score requirements for admission. This includes you jamb and post UTME results aggregate.
We Published this article to guide you through all admission process.
FUAM JAMB UTME Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
Jamb result is compulsory for all candidates. You must write JAMB and choose Federal University makurdi as your first or second choice. Also, a good JAMB result will help you get admission easier.
The minimum JAMB score for FUAM aptitude test is 180. Any candidate that score exactly 180 or above is eligible for admission.
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FUAM Departmental Cut Off Mark — All programmes
Before you consider yourself eligible for admission, you need to meet the required JAMB and post UTME score.
Because of this, we have listed some FUAM programmes and their cut off points.
Departments That Accept Lower Result / Score
- English Language
- Urban and regional planning
- Mass communication
- Applied Biology
- Applied Chemistry
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Banking and Finance
Departments That Accept Higher JAMB and Putme Score
The departments listed below will accept only candidates with higher aggregate score.
- Nursing Science
- Medicine and surgery.
- Political science
- Computer science
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Business administration etc.
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In addition, you must meet FUAM O-level requirements. English Language and mathematics is compulsory for any course you wish to apply for.
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